Morya and wishful thinking
Mar 05, 2002 11:02 PM
--- In theos-talk@y..., "bri_mue" <bri_mue@y...> wrote:
> How do you know your "believe," Roerich is really
> "channeling" something like "Morya" or just "believe" this
> because the name sounds similar to what Blavatsky named what she
> tought she was dealing with, it must be that same "Morya" ?
First of all, did I ever say I believed Morya of Roerich and Morya of
Blavatsky were one and the same person? That's making some
remarkable assumptions on your part. Is this how you approach your
work regarding the history of Theosophy? With assumptions?
Let me clarify your assumptions. I simply enjoy learning about
Theosophy and Agni Yoga. I could care less who said what.
Personally, I have no desire to convince people of the validity of
the existence of Masters. Either they know or they don't know.
> If not just self-delusion, can you pls bring specific quotes
> compairing the writing style of the two versions of "Morya" showing
> it is the same as Blavatsky's.
> And concrete evidence that this was not just Roerichs fantasy,
> subcounsciouly imitating the notion "Morya".
Wow, another assumption regarding my mental state. If I could do
that, it would mean that I claim to have an Atma-Buddhi-Manas type of
Well, I'm not falling for that catch-22. I would never claim to have
the ability to access akasha on the different layers of the seven
planes and bring it down to the physical plane so the materialistic
mind can understand it. If one expects concrete evidence, it would
be difficult to explain to those who are trapped in maya, glamor and
illusion. That goes for pro or con.
Aren't you the one indulging in wishful thinking believing that there
will ever be concrete evidence of who said what? In the end, it's
still a matter of "he said, she said" or in our case, "Brigitte said,
> What evidence is there apart from a presumed claim by you
> regarding "intuition" reg. which there is no, indication it could
> not be simple just disguised intellectual-emotional preferrence of
True intuition is not on the astral or emotional plane.
Rather than being overly emotional about your research, it would
behoove you to learn how to take constructive feedback because the
methods you are using for your historical research are mediocre if it
is continuously based on the assumptions of what others think. The
truth is never found that way.
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